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Not sure how to get a Project attribute?

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I am trying to copy a Solution that was developed in C# over to VB.Net. I'm almost there I think but I'm having a problem trying to add the "Properties" to my project. Can someone tell me how to do this? I have the "AssemblyInfo.vb" file...just not sure where it goes. The "AssemblyInfo.vb" was copied from the "AssemblyInfo.cs" file. Please see screenshot!
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If you open the Solution Explorer in your VB project, clicking the "Show all files" button will allow you to expand the "My Project" folder, where you can see that the AssemblyInfo.vb file resides.

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Thanks...I forgot about that icon showing all the files!
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